Flooring For Less: Focusing On What’s Underfoot

Whether your home is a spa-like retreat or a kid-friendly haven, the flooring underfoot can make a big impact on a home’s functionality. In fact, solid, durable and long-standing flooring has become an essential “must have” element for homes and businesses alike. And thanks to today’s technological advancements, the quality of flooring materials and ease of installation have improved dramatically. It also helps to partner with a team of flooring professionals who can identify the best flooring options for a customer’s specific need.

Enter Floors For Less. Located in both Madison and Brodhead, Floors For Less boasts a team with more than 30 years of experience in the flooring industry. Nearly six years ago, Kris Eastman purchased Floors For Less with the goal of providing exceptional hardwood flooring products, installation, refinishing and repair. Today, Floors For Less has expanded upon their product offerings to include a myriad of flooring styles and types—from carpet to laminate flooring, from engineered and solid hardwood to luxury vinyl plank and vinyl tiles.

“We strive to make purchasing flooring a laid-back experience for consumers looking for the flooring they need,” says Eastman. “We try to help and educate our customers when they are going through the process. We take the time required for them to understand what they need to know on the products and the installation process, if needed.”

What type of flooring is “hot” right now? According to Eastman it’s vinyl plank or luxury vinyl tiles. “They are waterproof, kid-proof, pet-proof and offer easy maintenance,” Eastman says. “There has been a lot of concern with pets and water leaks, which the luxury vinyl plank covers. We have a large selection for customers to choose from.”

Selecting the most appropriate flooring style, design and durability level can seem daunting. That’s why Eastman and his team work hard to understand each customer’s unique specifications and needs. Because of the team’s longstanding history and level of experience, they can provide suggestions that will provide the best flooring results for a wealth of applications.

“We go on-site and evaluate the project with our customers,” Eastman says. “We work with them to find out more about the project and then address that project by offering the best product that we feel will fit their needs.”

Floors For Less


1017 Applegate Road, Suite 200, Madison • 608.442.1200

2602 1st Center Avenue, Brodhead • 608.897.9595

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